Based on our data, the Cougar's value has remained strong despite plunging 401(k)s
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San Diego (PRWEB) December 9, 2008
Cougar hunting, defined loosely as younger men prowling for older women, enjoyed another strong year in 2008 according to newly released data from Manvite, the first online invitation service designed for men.
Users of the free Manvite service, who average 31 years old, were more likely to go Cougar Hunting this year than bowl, golf, or even go out for lap dances. Only a few other activities core to the male lifestyle, such as drinking beer and watching sports, remain more popular than going out to seek the company of an experienced older female who desires a no-strings-attached relationship with an eager young hunter.
"Based on our data, the Cougar's value has remained strong despite plunging 401(k)s," noted Founder and CEO Jonathan Sills. "Sugar daddies lost a lot of sugar this year, but the value young men place on companionship with older women seems to be recession proof."
Manvite was born out of necessity when founder Jonathan Sills wanted to invite some guys over for football, and his only online options featured bubbling martini glasses and flowery fonts. In response, Sills developed Manvite, the first online invitation service for men. Manvite combines the convenience and functionality of traditional online services with a basic, straightforward design and just-for-men features. For more information, visit http://www.manvite.com.